Lynette has always had a soft spot for the four legged community. Her love for dogs old and young has always been very important in her life. She has wanted to start a dog sanctuary for very long time. Now she has started putting plans together for a Dog Hospice where the neglected will be loved in their final days. But we always hope that we can help the sick ones make a recovery. She has been a pet/house sitter for 15+ years, and animals are her passion.She is CPR/First Aid Certified and have extensive knowledge and training with special needs fur-babies.
Natali Jones is an actress, producer, and director in film and TV for almost 20 years now, and an avid animal lover! She's a volunteer at the Humane Society and a past volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters. "I think this is such a unique way to help dogs in need that are pushed to the back because they aren't "perfect," whatever that means. All dogs are equal and need just as much attention as the next, just more have been given less than others. Those are the one's we need to help most. "I love that Lynette is doing this and I want to help in any way I can!" Her experience as a producer is also fueling to help make Dogs with Dignity a success!
Shannon is an Actor, Director, Producer and Editor in the Film and Television industry. He has also been a Graphic Designer for 19+ years. He has had pets since he was a little kid. He loves to play and chill out with fur buddies. "It is horrible to hear and see what people do to some of these precious fur babies." It is Shannon's hope to help these neglected pups feel loved in their final days or in their days of recovery.
Kambi Franklin's love and compassion for animals is unconditional. She has fostered animals, cared for, trained and owned therapy dogs. She has made a life of helping animals in need. Being an owner of 3 animals, she is an amazing mother for them and would be honored to help animals in their later years go over the rainbow bridge with dignity and love!
A Place to call Home
Quality of life. All animals should be provided safety from predators that are
man-made. Safety and security in a place that they can call home. A bed that is comfy, dry, and warm.
Stuffed into the back of shelters, kennels, puppy-mills, are the “Unadoptable””Over-used”
Some of these dogs just need a chance to blossom, and move onto new family homes. Those that aren’t able to survive without individual care, are welcome to live with us, until they are called to the Rainbow Bridge.
Each Dog is an individual. They will be treated as such. Loved unconditionally.